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My first week at TLC



I have had my first week into my course and am so happy I am doing it! 
They got me to paint ANGER, LAUGHTER, BOREDOM and LOVE...




Paint your life how you see it now and paint how you would like it to be...


Take a personality test to see what traits you have. 
The we had to do a collage I chose to do mine on an old guitar I bought when I was 12. 
Maddy did her ukulele while I did mine...




 


It was so much fun making a mess in the studio!


After it was finished you had to read what the picture said about you. I got Shaughan to help me and we got to talk about how everything was going to work and I feel whole again. So the next step was taking a small step towards your goal. This is my next step making my cake and eating it too! I woke up at 4:30am to feed Jacko and my mind started buzzing I wanted to bake a cake for my next step so 5am I was in the kitchen baking with no one to distract me...BLISS!












 READY TO EAT





  

BEST TASTING CAKE EVER!



Jacko thought it tasted good too!

My song for today is...

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The collaged guitar reminds me of all of the collages I did as a teen in my room. I loveddd Modge Podge. Checkout my post today, it's a guest post: Gift guide for the working girl!
xxo,

Jenn
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